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  • Album Review: THEIA – The Ghost Light

    One of the greatest finds at Wildfire 2017, Staffordshire power trio THEIA were a name on everyone’s lips by the end of the weekend. And as luck would

  • #RoadToBOA2018 – Abduction

    As ever, we’re going to try and cover every single Jäger, New Blood and SOPHIE stage band before Bloodstock kicks off on August 9th. Your chance to check

  • Album Review: Powerwolf – The Sacrament Of Sin

    This year I finally get to see Powerwolf live – and I’m having to travel to Sweden to do it. With their frustrating habit of playing a single

  • DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – No Security

    The new millennium hangs like a shadow over the last months of the 90s and The Rolling Stones have endured everything thrown at them up to this point:

  • #RoadToBOA2018 – VOLA

    As ever, we’re going to try and cover every single Jäger, New Blood and SOPHIE stage band before Bloodstock kicks off on August 9th. Your chance to check

Witchrider – debut album and UK tour in November

In early 2014, Witchrider signed to Truckfighter’s Fuzzorama Records and they now release their new album Unmountable Stairs on Monday 3rd November. With eleven killer cuts of low-strung scuzzy alt-rock, the record contorts and burrows itself deep into your skull. Look out for new single “I’m Outta Breath”, and don’t miss the band [...]

October 16, 2014 Mosh News 0

Band of the Day: Monolyth

Hopefully still riding the wave from the release of their debut album, Origin, on October 10th, today’s Band of the Day hail from Portugal. For those who like their music very heavy indeed, but still with an element of groove, this group could be right up your darkly-lit, scary street. Guitarist [...]

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Prog Sphere Releases First Physical Compilation

Prog Sphere is proud to announce to the world of progressive rock that their newest release – Progstravaganza: Beyond Frontiers is now out and in stores. This long-awaited album is the culmination of months of hard work on the part of Prog Sphere and the many bands involved. Beyond Frontiers [...]

October 15, 2014 Mosh News 0

Review: Devilment – The Great and Secret Show

Following on from the news of their charity show in November, I’ll just sling up the review of Devilment’s forthcoming debut album The Great and Secret Show. Rather aptly, given it’s somewhat off-kilter theme, the album’s due out on October 31st. Devilment is, essentially, another Dani Filth side project although he [...]

October 15, 2014 Mosh Album Reviews 0

Grindscene Records sign Foul Body Autopsy – new EP announced

Grindscene Records today reveal a swell in their roster having picked up emerging extreme metal one man outfit Foul Body Autopsy. Label manager Pete Clarke comments: We are thrilled to welcome Foul Body Autopsy onto our roster. FBA formed in 2010 and has been carving its name into the UK [...]

October 15, 2014 Mosh News 0

Enslaved album update

Norway’s progressive extreme metallers Enslaved are currently in the studio recording their thirteenth full-length album and offer fans this latest update: As always, it is hard to formulate an exact direction Enslaved is or is not heading in with the new album. This duality is part of the essence of the band: [...]

October 15, 2014 Mosh News 0